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Do yourself a bookshelf creative with crutches

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Crutches gain new functionality in home decor

The blogger Jane built a bookcase vintage with a somewhat unusual structure: a pair of wooden crutches.

Not knowing what to do with the crutches that were used only once and were in a corner of the house gathering dust she decided to turn it into a functional object to decorate the house.

Resistant,the shelf can be used to place various objects.To mount it you only need some skill with the drill.Bookshelf-with-crutches-disclosure Check out how to do it in three steps:

Materials

- 4 screws
- 1 metal hinge
- Drill
- 1 pair of wooden crutches
- 4 wooden boards of different sizes

How do

1) Remove the rubber caps from the bottom of crutches.

2) Turn the crutches around and join the two bolting a hinge.

3) Screw the first and third plank of wood and the other should be put in the pieces that are already part of the crutches.

Alternatively,the timber to be used as shelves can be painted.

With information from the blog Mamie Jane's

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Re. "Drill Press, Anybody"

Kyre wants to drill his own motorcycle rotors. People tried to talk him out of it. Why? How's a kid going to learn anything if he doesn't take a few chances and screw up a few parts? It's not like he's going to total his bike.
Kyre, I've done this operation on my old Yamaha RD-400, and if I can, you can. First, come up with a hole pattern, lay it out, and transfer it to heavy paper. Or, paint the rotors with layout dye, and scribe the pattern on directly. Be accurate so you don't throw the balance too far off. Then center-punch for each hole.
Go to an industrial supply, not a cut-rate hardware store, and buy two cobalt drillbits of the size hole you want

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